Five predictions for 2020 in football.

Here we are in the much anticipated new decade, we can feel its impact already with us Basking in the Euphoria of it. Perhaps, it might come with lots and lots of surprises.

These surprises will be miracles that will sound like lies to many, while to the rest, it might not.
Hence, we would want to look into some of these surprises grouped in form of predictions the Football world that are bound to kickoff the new decade.

Liverpool to win their first league in over 30 years
The meresyside Reds hopes of winning their first Premier League title in over 30 years looks all bright. Jorgen Klopp’s side remains unbeaten in the league and with 13 points lead in top of the Premier League log and with a game in hand , they Reds look set to win the first ever League title in the Premier League Era.

Pep Guardiola to leave Manchester City
The Spaniard has enjoyed a stellar life to his premier adventure at the Etihad staduim, winning the Premier League back to back. Going in to the league, they were tipped to retain the Premier League title for the third time in a row. However, they have suffered injury setbacks, defeats and they are now third on the log with 13 points behind Leaders Liverpool. It has been reported that Pep won’t be renewing his contract with the current contract set to expire in 18 months time, the Spaniard has been linked to move back home to rejoin Barcelona where he won the UCL titles twice.

Manchester United to win a trophy.
They have been the same since sir Alex Ferguson left. The Red Devils Last won a trophy in the 2016/2017 under former boss Jose Mourinho. With the Premier League title hopes all but over, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are still much involved in the UEFA Europa League, The Carabao Cup and the FA Cup and with higher chance of winning at least one out of the three trophies.

Juventus, Barcelona, Liverpool, and Tottenham to qualify for the Champions League last 8

Real Madrid to win the LA Liga title at the expense of Rival Barcelona
The Los bancos will look to win their first Liga title since 2017 ahead of their fierce rivals Barcelona. They had a very busy summer transfer trying to recruit players to fill void left by Cristiano Ronaldo. With some players coming back from injury to help the team, Real Madrid looks on the course to win their 34th LA Liga title.

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